by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org The Jake and Stefanie Rothstein family learned together that small everyday actions can add up to big results. The couple and their two children – Caden, 12; and Evie, 9 – were recently honored as one of five winners in the Clean Water Bingo effort. It is a program created by the Central Minnesota Water Education
The American Legion is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2019. In addition to national and statewide activities commemorating this milestone, American Post 328 of St. Joseph is planning a number of festive and patriotic activities for the community. One of those special events will be profiles of St. Joseph-area veterans published in each Newsleader during 2019. The Newsleader is joining
Ogeysiis! Importante para Usted, por favor léalo. Please read! Announcements brought to you by Cultural Bridges of St. Joseph, a committee of Central Minnesota Community Empowerment Organization. We are dedicated to ease your transition into our community. The Sisters of St. Benedict enlarged their community garden space this year. This allowed 12 of our local Somali families to become gardeners for the
Smoldering cow manure and hay are believed to have caused a building fire in Brockway Township on Friday. Victor Legatt, 62, of St. Stephen was stacking cow manure in a building when it began to smolder about 1:15 p.m., according to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office. Round bales of grass hay from last year were also in the building. No
by Mike Knaak email@example.com Sartell-St. Stephen school district voters will be asked a second time to approve an operating levy. The measure will be put to voters in a special election on Nov. 5, 2019. If approved, it would raise $1.77 million a year for 10 years. Last fall, voters turned down a similar proposal. That outcome resulted in cutbacks
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org At long last, the Little Rock Lake and Mississippi River drawdown project is about to begin – on Thursday, Aug. 1. On that day, the Sartell dam will be opened to decrease lake and river water levels by three feet, a process that will take about 30 hours. The levels will remain low for about six
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com After 33 years of service for the city of St. Joseph, city administrator Judy Weyrens retired July 12 with a feeling of deep satisfaction. “It was a lot of work, but I got a lot of enjoyment out of the job, and I’m proud of being a part of what St. Joseph has become,” she said.